Monthly Archives: August 2013

Some Thoughts on Labor Day

The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, and was created by the labor movement to honor the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to … Continue reading

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Stop, Look and Listen

 In the midst of hectic business days, mind-numbing meetings and stressful projects, it’s good, even necessary, for our mental, physical and spiritual health to take a moment once in a while to “stop, look and listen”.   The Lord reminded … Continue reading

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YARDSTICKS

Have you ever thought about all of the defining characteristics our society uses to categorize, label or evaluate the people on this planet . . . and how easy it is to get caught up in measuring ourselves and others … Continue reading

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Story Time at the Workplace

Microscopic in my outlook, I function within the confines of what I see. The day’s events, my family and a few friends are basically the things that interest me. After all, this is my story that I’m living, and it … Continue reading

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Imitators of Jesus?

Should the church imitate the ways of the world when Christ should be our only imitation, as we attend various seminars and conferences to learn the latest man-made recommendations about the best ways to increase our numbers, how to grow … Continue reading

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It is well with my soul

A little over two years ago, my 83-year old dad fell in the middle of the night and broke his hip, and so began another faith-testing adventure for me and my family. My father has had some serious health battles … Continue reading

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